• Short Summary

    Two hundred thousand people paraded in Teheran on January 26 during week-long celebrations marking the tenth anniversary of the so-called "White Revolution" which was instigated by the Shah of Iran, Mohammed-Reza Pahlavi.

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    GV Decorated float carrying portraits of Shah through crowded streets
    0.06

    2.
    GV Float with people throwing fruit to crowd
    0.27

    3.
    SV Hammer and anvil (industry)
    0.34

    4.
    SV Crowd
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    5.
    CU ZOOM OUT from large cat float with people throwing fruit
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    6.
    SV Crowds in street
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    7.
    SV Farmers waving from float
    1.27

    8.
    SV Float in shape of cat with long neck (2 shots)
    1.09

    9.
    GV PAN..from crowds in streets to decorated floats
    1.18



    Initials ES. 1445 ES. 1500



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    Background: Two hundred thousand people paraded in Teheran on January 26 during week-long celebrations marking the tenth anniversary of the so-called "White Revolution" which was instigated by the Shah of Iran, Mohammed-Reza Pahlavi.

    The revolution was designed by the Shah to implement social and economic reforms... a plan seen by observers as being largely successful; and the celebrations follow the announcement of a new five-year plan which gives greater priority to agriculture and social welfare projects.

    In the past five years Iran trebled its foreign exchange earnings from oil, and will treble them age a in the next five years... income in 1976 is expected to reach $7000 million (GBP2,917,000),
    But, while the oil reserves are vast, the next twenty years will bring a depletion of stocks and the government is determined to industrialize and develop new export market.

    SYNOPSIS: Two hundred thousand farmers, workers, students, athletes and members of women's organisations have paraded in Teheran during week-long celebrations marking the tenth anniversary of the Shag's so-called "White Revolution". The revolution was designed by the Shah, Mohammed-Reza Pahlavi, to implement social and economic reforms... a plan seen by observers as being largely successful...Similar celebration parades were being held in provincial cities throughout Iran.

    The hammer and anvil is the emblem of industry in Iran... a fact of national economy the planers are determined to bolster. Although Iran is a very rich nation, the wealth comes from the vast oil reserves... reserves which will be depleted over the next twenty years. With this in mind the government is encouraging industrialization and the development of new export markets.

    The farmer who took part in the parade clearly had something to celebrate as well... the new five year plan, which comes into force in March, gives greater priority to agriculture and social projects. The plan sets out to increase the average annual income per person to more than eight hundred pounds....four times the present figure. Meanwhile the people celebrate their gains of the last ten years.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA87VOUYWHM8KEQK92GLCTKDK0A
    Media URN:
    VLVA87VOUYWHM8KEQK92GLCTKDK0A
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    30/01/1973
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:19:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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